My company Alois Huber Vaults & Stucco has existed since 2004. I am a master mason and engineering technician.
After I oversaw the restoration of the Dall’Armi building (Kammerspiele of Munich), I specialised in the old craft of building vaults and became self-employed.
The majority of work is focused in Germany and Austria, alongside work in Switzerland and Italy. I offer the restoration of old and historic vaults and the construction of entire wine and storage cellars – for private use, commercial premises and restaurants
I emphasise on using traditional and historical building materials; using bricks from demolitions, natural stone and matured timber.
The vaults are built using traditional techniques, mostly using ‘swamp lime mortar’.
Vineyard owners with large wine and storage cellars contact me to build bespoke vaults or to restore historical vaults. Special attention is given towards temperature control and humidity using natural ventilation and air conditioning systems.
I have purpose built traditional wine cellars of various sizes for numerous restaurants, often with an added tasting room. Close collaboration with a carpenter, specialising in creating furniture out of old wine casks and a blacksmith, who creates doors and lamps following historic standards, ensures a cohesive design from one source. A special highlight is the matching lighting, which offers modest and atmospheric light.
For domestic buildings, I fulfil the desires of the builders for traditional elements; incorporating arches in hallways, pantries, kitchens or living rooms creates a very special, cosy atmosphere.
Alois Huber Gewölbe & Stuck GmbH
Phone: +49 170 9149893
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